By bus: There is a direct line that takes 3 hours to get to Korčula. More information at Arriva Bus website.
By ferry: The Catamaran line operates daily. Info at Kapetan Luka website. There is also G&V Line (operates summer only, 4 times a week). For info and timetable, click here.
The easiest way from Zagreb if you’re not driving is by bus. A few lines operate to the south of Croatia like Arriva Bus, Croatia Bus, Getbybus, and Flixbus. Most times, you’ll arrive in a coastal town and get a ferry from there. We recommend arriving from Split, which offers more ferry options.
You can also get a train from Zagreb to Split. Check more info at Croatian Railways.
From Split / Zadar / Hvar and another towns and islands in Croatia
Walking directions, if you’ve arrived at the port by ferry:
When you enter the Old Town Korčula via big stairs, go straight up, and you will come to the main Cathedral. Continue to walk straight until you see the Restaurant Mareta. Turn to the left and then to the first street on your right (Ulica Antuna Rozanovica, number 3), where you will see a black sign for Maria’s Place. Take the stairs to the second floor, enter the left door, and choose any free room you like (self-service). Keys are in the door, and when you are leaving, leave the key in the door. In case you arrive earlier, you are welcome to leave your luggage in the hallway and come later after 2 PM to check-in.